Sycamore Tree

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The marker for California Historical Landmark 756 which may still be missing when you visit, best described this tree around which the road was built. "In 1846 General John C. Fremont passed this site of the sycamore tree on his way to sign a treaty with General Andres Pico to secure California for future annexation to the United States. It served the Padres as a resting place; the community as a polling place and a temporary post office; and a location for religious services." (Submitted by Christine Peeples)